[WATCH] Government will defend finch trapping derogation, Environment Minister says
Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia says that government will fight for and defend its position on a derogation for finch trapping despite stern rebuke by Brussels
Fearne calls for patience: 'I know people are fed up but we cannot risk losing everything'
Health Minister says Malta’s high vaccination rate means it cannot learn from other countries’ mistakes when lifting COVID-19 restrictions as he calls for caution and...
ITS-dB: Residents, NGOs ask Planning Authority to reject project in its entirety

Residents and activists described the ITS-dB mega-development as 'the worst project' Malta has seen in recent years

Residents and activists described the ITS-dB...

Malta to get second electricity interconnector by 2025 after Cabinet green-lights project

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli announces that government has approved a €170 million investment in a second 200MW interconnector to Ragusa

Energy Minister Miriam Dalli announces that government has...

Small businesses punished by progressive billing of energy units – PN

PN says Labour refusal to reform energy billing system punishes small businesses whose energy consumption does not exceed a certain amount of units

PN says Labour refusal to reform energy billing system...

COVID: One new case, three recoveries

COVID-19 update for 8 June | No deaths • one new case • three recoveries • 70 active cases • 1,432 Swab tests past 24 hours • Vaccine...

COVID-19 update for 8 June | No deaths • one new case...

[WATCH] Majority believe prostitution legalisation will lead to increased sexual violence

Office of the Prime Minister refuses to meet with Malta Women’s Lobby to discuss survey findings on prostitution

Office of the Prime Minister refuses to meet with Malta...

Airport calls for electronic validation of COVID health documents to avoid delays

Malta International Airport says use of technology to validate passenger health documents can allow for more seamless travel for tourists as it warns of...

Malta International Airport says use of technology to...

Malta could have adult population fully-vaccinated by end July

Malta’s COVID-19 vaccination programme is moving ahead at full speed with...

Malta’s COVID-19 vaccination programme is moving...

Audit finds Frontex failed its objectives of fighting illegal immigration and cross-border crime

European Court of Auditors says the border control agency’s support to member states in combatting illegal immigration was not ‘sufficiently...

European Court of Auditors says the border control...

Property sector gets financial aid to promote Malta internationally in newly launched scheme

People working in the property sector can claim up to 50% of costs when participating in international fairs

People working in the property sector can claim up to 50%...

Gozo reverse osmosis plant enters last phase

The €11 million reverse osmosis plant in Qala can produce 9,000 metres...

The €11 million reverse osmosis plant in Qala can...

Faculty for Social Wellbeing dean calls for end to solitary confinement in Malta’s prison

A position paper issued by the Office of the Dean of the Faculty for Social Wellbeing argues solitary confinement leads to worsening rates of recidivism

A position paper issued by the Office of the Dean of the...

Dalli: PN billing proposal punishes businesses by reversing gains

Energy minister shows why PN’s billing reforms ‘punish’...

Energy minister shows why PN’s billing reforms...

Malta records no new COVID-19 cases for the first time in almost 11 months

Health Minister Chris Fearne urges caution and responsibility as Malta registers no new coronavirus cases

Health Minister Chris Fearne urges caution and...

Gozo Fast Ferry adds two extra trips due to high demand over Sette Giugno weekend

The two extra trips will leave Gozo for Valletta at 7:45pm and 10:45pm

The two extra trips will leave Gozo for Valletta at 7:45pm...

Poor polling results show that PN is failing to convince voters, Bernard Grech says

The message is getting through, but the party isn't convincing enough, Grech said of his party's poor survey standing

The message is getting through, but the party isn't...

COVID-19: Three new infections, five patients recover

COVID-19 update for 6 June | 3 new cases • 5 recoveries...

COVID-19 update for 6 June | 3 new cases •...

Ħondoq owners want €17 million from State for expropriation

Gozo Prestige 'open to talks' on sale of land to State

Gozo Prestige 'open to talks' on sale of land...

Robert Abela offers heavy criticism on PN's proposal to purchase Ħondoq area

The Prime Minister hit out against the Nationalist Party for promising to buy Ħondoq land back without knowing its price tag

The Prime Minister hit out against the Nationalist Party...